Looking for a spa station for your Women’s Ministry event?
Need a door prize idea?
Want to love on the women on your team?
Need a goodie to hand out on Mother’s Day?
This Fizzy Foot Soak is just what you need!
During our snow sabbatical the youngest and I tested out this Fizzy Foot Soak recipe. We were thrilled with the results! It was fizzy and refreshing. And the perfect solution to snow-soaked, cold feet!
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Fizzy Foot Soak Ingredients:
- 1 cup baking soda
- 1 cup cornstarch
- 1 cup citric acid
- 10-20 drops quality essential oils – Peppermint, Lime, Citrus Bliss (I prefer doTERRA essential oils.)
Mix all ingredients together and store dry inside a plastic bag or glass jars.
You’ll need 2 TBSP of powder per person. The above recipe makes enough for about 20 people (taking into account some spillage and generous scooping).
How to use the Fizzy Foot Soak:
- Place 4-6 TBSP in resealable plastic bags and attach the one of the Fizzy Foot Soak Tags set of 3 and give it as a favor at a Women’s Ministry event or as a “happie” for your Women’s Ministry Team or event volunteers.
- Place 1 cup of powder into a pint size mason jar, attach tag, and give as a door prize.
- Use it as one of several spa stations at a Women’s Ministry Event, Ladies’ Night Out, or MOPS meeting.
- Pamper your Women’s Ministry Team by taking 10 minutes or so for everyone to enjoy a foot soak. Consider using it as an alternative to washing their feet.
- Offer this an a DIY option during a craft night. Put out the supplies and let women make their own foot soak to take home.
For your Fizzy Foot Soak Spa Station:
- You’ll need a source of warm water, lots of paper towels, and soap for sanitizing the tubs after each use.
- Tubs can be purchased at The Dollar Store, Wal-Mart, etc.
- In advance prepare at least two different types of Fizzing Foot Soak. I’d suggest peppermint and citrus bliss.
- Be sure to print out the directions (just use the tags above) and have a couple of tablespoons handy for scooping.
Note: We found water that felt warm to our hands was actually too hot for our feet. Please use caution when preparing your tubs.
I hope your women enjoy their Fizzy Foot Soak!